PYP, MYP, Diploma and International GCSE

We offer a wealth of resources for International Curricula, providing coverage for PYP, right through to the IB Diploma. Browse the resources below to find your best suited programmes. You can find more information about these resources below or via the Pearson Global Schools site.

 

PYP

Pearson Baccalaureate PYP Readers and Companions

Perfect for new PYP schools and for developing existing resources, Pearson Baccalaureate PYP Readers and Companions is a starter Programme of Inquiry kit, covering the most accessible units of inquiry across the six transdisciplinary themes. The resources provide an ideal starting point to deliver the IB Primary Years Programme.

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Primary Inquirer

Perfect for the PYP or any inquiry-based curriculum, Primary Inquirer offers you a wide range of flexible resources that can be used as part of PYP or Inquiry teaching.

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MYP

Take a look at our resources for the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme

 

 

International GCSE

We publish a fantastic range of resources, providing you with unrivalled support for both the Edexcel and Cambridge International GCSE. We work with experienced authors and International GCSE examiners to design resources that help to fulfil your students' potential. Resources include: Student Books, Revision Guides, Practice Books, Audio CDs, Teacher's Books and extensive digital resources.

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IB Diploma

Written and developed by practising IB teachers and examiners, Pearson Baccalaureate textbooks provide comprehensive coverage of the latest IB syllabus requirements for all students and teachers of the IB diploma.

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If you are a school in North America and are interested in Pearson resources for the International Baccalaureate, please click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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